hawkins county jail
listening

Sevierville, TN

#27 Nov 19, 2012
I don't think we should provide healthcare for these inmates either. Get a freakin job and pay foryour healthcare like I do
u should know

Union City, TN

#28 Nov 19, 2012
Not a member wrote:
<quoted text>
I'm retired from 22 years in law enforcement. I know exactly who and what I'm talking about.
Get a job and stay out of jail. It's real simple.
it isnt simple to stay out of rogersville jail...this place will arrest you for anything,,i know a guy who went to jail for speeding,$5000 bond..
it doesnt matter if you are innocent,it still cost allot of money,,and they con you into pleading guilty to anything just to go though the system,,very few trials....the whole county is corrupt,,everyone knows it...
as for the girl who died..if she were a dog and got sick in the humane center,,i would think they would have rushed it to the vet,,and wrote a sad story in the paper....
i hope her family gets millions and closes that money racket they call a justice center
Not a member

Clemmons, NC

#29 Nov 19, 2012
u should know wrote:
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it isnt simple to stay out of rogersville jail...this place will arrest you for anything,,i know a guy who went to jail for speeding,$5000 bond..
it doesnt matter if you are innocent,it still cost allot of money,,and they con you into pleading guilty to anything just to go though the system,,very few trials....the whole county is corrupt,,everyone knows it...
as for the girl who died..if she were a dog and got sick in the humane center,,i would think they would have rushed it to the vet,,and wrote a sad story in the paper....
i hope her family gets millions and closes that money racket they call a justice center
"it (sic) isn't simple to stay out of Rogersville jail." Are you serious??? It isn't easy to stay out of jail??? My neighbors, husband, etc., must all be magicians then. They are all hardworking people with jobs and businesses, and all have managed to stay out of jail.

A $5000 bond for speeding? He either had a Failure To Appear bench warrant or an arrest warrant or it was actually reckless driving or a wet reckless, or he was DUI & speeding or hit-and-run & speeding or criminally negligent driving. He didn't just get pulled over for an ordinary speeding ticket, no other issues, and get locked up with $5k bail.
inmate advocate

Columbia, TN

#31 Nov 20, 2012
This post wasnt meant to cause responses to that degree,but for your ignorance i will indulge you..I am a college graduate in health care and i agree jail is not a spa by any means but even people who make mistakes deserve to have adaquate health care this is america and they still have rights,im sure youve made mistakes in your life the only difference is you didnt get caught and FYI ive never been on welfare nor am i a drug addict,ive worked hard sine i was 16 and paid my taxes same as you.I pray that everything possible was done for Holly and if not i hope the right people are held responsible.I ill keep you in my prayers as well beause not everyone is a PARASITE!!!
Not a member

Columbia, SC

#32 Nov 20, 2012
inmate advocate wrote:
This post wasnt meant to cause responses to that degree,but for your ignorance i will indulge you..I am a college graduate in health care and i agree jail is not a spa by any means but even people who make mistakes deserve to have adaquate health care this is america and they still have rights,im sure youve made mistakes in your life the only difference is you didnt get caught and FYI ive never been on welfare nor am i a drug addict,ive worked hard sine i was 16 and paid my taxes same as you.I pray that everything possible was done for Holly and if not i hope the right people are held responsible.I ill keep you in my prayers as well beause not everyone is a PARASITE!!!
There is nothing in the Bill of Rights about health care. Everyone is free to seek and pay for medical care just as they do any other service.

Any inmate utilizing any health care service in the jail system should be charged for it just like you or I would be charged for it by a health care provider/doctor etc. that we went to see of our own free will. Being incarcerated does not place a person in a state of grace that exempts them from financial resposibility for their care and upkeep. You and I both know that if the guy with high blood pressure had taken care of his problem before he landed in jail, his meds would have been dispensed to him in the jail setting and his needs would be met. If he didn't do that, he must not have been very concerned about it in the first place. Why should the taxpayer suddenly be concerned about it?
inmate advocate

Columbia, TN

#33 Nov 20, 2012
listening wrote:
I don't think we should provide healthcare for these inmates either. Get a freakin job and pay foryour healthcare like I do
This kind of heatlessness is the reason the world has become so cold..I dont agree with crimes being committed of any kind drugs ,robbery,murder,abuse ect....but they are people with families and i wont allow myself to not feel for them and them families would want their sons,daughters or grandchildren kept healthy.
FAT COW

Johnson City, TN

#34 Nov 20, 2012
inmate advocate wrote:
<quoted text> This kind of heatlessness is the reason the world has become so cold..I dont agree with crimes being committed of any kind drugs ,robbery,murder,abuse ect....but they are people with families and i wont allow myself to not feel for them and them families would want their sons,daughters or grandchildren kept healthy.
YOU REALLY SOUND LIKE A TOTAL DUMB A@@ SOMEONE WHO HAS BEEN IN JAIL FOR STEALING OR DRUGS WHICH ONE?
Not a member

United States

#37 Nov 20, 2012
inmate advocate wrote:
<quoted text> This kind of heatlessness is the reason the world has become so cold..I dont agree with crimes being committed of any kind drugs ,robbery,murder,abuse ect....but they are people with families and i wont allow myself to not feel for them and them families would want their sons,daughters or grandchildren kept healthy.
Then there's a simple solution. If you care so much, you pay for it. In the alternative, let their families pay for it. Or try my first solution - let the inmates pay for it themselves.
inmate advocate

Columbia, TN

#38 Nov 22, 2012
Not a member wrote:
<quoted text>
Then there's a simple solution. If you care so much, you pay for it. In the alternative, let their families pay for it. Or try my first solution - let the inmates pay for it themselves.
I agree on the financial part i used to feel the same way alot of you do and FYI i was in the wrong place at the wrong time with a man i had dated for 6 years and he had never recieved so much as a traffic ticket until one night for no apparent reason he did a really dumd thing which he is doing alot of time for i on the other hand was sentenced for being there which i take full responsibility for and did my time.I only hope that Holly was treated to all the care she deserved because now she will never have a chance to change and get help that was needed outside of jail.Ive learned to not judge people especially if youve never walked in their shoes....
Sister Soul

Johnson City, TN

#39 Nov 22, 2012
buibba wrote:
<quoted text>What were they charged with then?
One was over an old probation and the other was over driving with no license. Both of these boys have done wrong in the past but they were both working and helping their mother out financially.
bubba

Knoxville, TN

#41 Nov 23, 2012
Sister Soul wrote:
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One was over an old probation and the other was over driving with no license. Both of these boys have done wrong in the past but they were both working and helping their mother out financially.
Shouldnt he have completed his probation? Why didnt the other brother go get his license? If they are so interested in helping their mother, they wouldnt have gotten into trouble to begin with.
justice for thr right

Murfreesboro, TN

#42 Nov 25, 2012
my heart goes out to holly"s familily but i would have it investigated regardless what she was in there for she probably had something wrong with her didn"t know it and too the snitches that do it for money hey u need to do it for the good of ur community and neighbors..and this drug problem we are having they need to shut the pain clinics down...and these addicts wouldn"t be on the stuff and they would have to go to work ...
Stop Judging

Myrtle Beach, SC

#43 Nov 25, 2012
omg wrote:
Kingsport mother pleads guilty to leaving children in car read about this. is this the same holly? if so it pretty much says why she never got to live life very long. what a aweful mother omg
That's a pretty judgmental statement. Did you stop and think about Holly or her family before you made this statement? Obviously not...
There are no perfect parents out there. Just because Holly had a poor lasp in judgement does not make her an awful mother. Have you stopped and thought about the aforementioned children that just lost their mommy?
Everyone makes mistakes. Who's to say Holly didn't learn from hers? You've basically said that just because she made a mistake that she deserved to die young.
Instead of being a judgmental butthole, maybe you should pray for Holly and her family.
the trutyh of it

Sevierville, TN

#44 Nov 26, 2012
Not a member wrote:
<quoted text>
I'm retired from 22 years in law enforcement. I know exactly who and what I'm talking about.
Get a job and stay out of jail. It's real simple.
no - actually your an @ss that has been on the government tit for 22 years and has developed a jaded outlook. peopl like you have been a significant part of the problem all a long. you disrupt lives at the drop of a hat for the most redidulouse reasons and then beat your chest as though youve done something good. get over yourself pig!!
the trutyh of it

Sevierville, TN

#45 Nov 26, 2012
Not a member wrote:
<quoted text>
There is nothing in the Bill of Rights about health care. Everyone is free to seek and pay for medical care just as they do any other service.
Any inmate utilizing any health care service in the jail system should be charged for it just like you or I would be charged for it by a health care provider/doctor etc. that we went to see of our own free will. Being incarcerated does not place a person in a state of grace that exempts them from financial resposibility for their care and upkeep. You and I both know that if the guy with high blood pressure had taken care of his problem before he landed in jail, his meds would have been dispensed to him in the jail setting and his needs would be met. If he didn't do that, he must not have been very concerned about it in the first place. Why should the taxpayer suddenly be concerned about it?
over and over you demonstrate just how stupid you are!! how many have been mired in your precouse system for year after year for a minor (and oft times shouldnt be illegal) infraction because the probation was untenable ot they didnt have the money to pay fines? how many were provided adequate defenses ?(the contitution DOES guarrentee that) as for the bill of rights not mentioning that prisoners have a right to adequate care while in custody - well stupid it doesnt say they have to be fed either. common sense dictates it! your just such an ignorant @ss its hard to say all thet needs be said to you!!
the trutyh of it

Sevierville, TN

#46 Nov 26, 2012
Not a member wrote:
<quoted text>
Then there's a simple solution. If you care so much, you pay for it. In the alternative, let their families pay for it. Or try my first solution - let the inmates pay for it themselves.
well stupid here we are again responding to your ignorance with no hope of you getting it. first off @sshole we do pay for it so shut up! we also paid for your sorry @ss to sit in a car day after day doing, for the most part, nothing. i just about bet your a big fat guy arent you?
seventies

United States

#47 Nov 26, 2012
All you whiners need to do to keep out of jail is not to commit crimes. That is not hard to do. If you must do something illegal, just don't flaunt it and you'll be fairly safe. It is so easy to spot some illegal activities, especially around town, because some people are stupid and do it for all to see .
REAL WORLD

Jonesborough, TN

#48 Nov 26, 2012
THAT RIGHT GO TO ROGERSVILLE CITY TO DEAL YOUR DRUGS AND CRIME THEY WILL ASSIST YOU IF NEED BE THEY HAVE A 12HR MEETING DAYS,NIGHTS ON HOW TO AT THE OFFICE .WITH OFFICER TO INSTRUCT YOU HOW TO HAVE A AFFAIR ,DO DRUGS,STEAL,LIE,TOUCH LITTLE KIDS INAPPROPRIATELY ALSO BROKE BACK MT WITH YOUR CO-WORKERS YOU CAN EVEN DO THE RIDE ALONG PROGRAM IF YOU DONT HV BAD KNEE'S

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#49 Nov 26, 2012
Hmmmm

Mount Juliet, TN

#50 Nov 26, 2012
East TN Mugshots wrote:
The first mugshot is wrong pic/name combination. The name listed is a man and pic is woman. Don't know whose charge it is, but the age is wrong for the man that is named.

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